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LS Lightweight House Jersey - Black

10 reviews
    • It's like a House Jersey - but with long sleeves.

      With performance, sun protection and fit in mind, our long sleeve lightweight jersey is designed to deliver versatility on the bike. This soft cycling jersey excels in temperatures ranging from 45-80 F (4-26 C) with appropriate base layers, while blocking the suns ray’s thanks to a UPF rating of 35+. Race or ramble comfortably from early spring to late summer with this performance jersey. Questions about our House Jersey? View our Jersey Comparison Guide.

      + Designed in San Francisco and sewn by hand in California. 

      + UPF 35+ sun protection 

      + Designed for a contoured fit while in the riding position. 

      + Jersey knit sleeves and front / 130gm/2.

      + Cooling knit mesh polyester back and side panels / 115gm/2.

      + Featherlight YKK auto locking zipper.

      + 3 rear extra durable pockets

    • The long sleeve Lightweight House Jersey has the same fit as our short sleeve House Jersey


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    Thomas E.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    Long sleeve true to size, on par with short sleeve

    Inline with shortsleeve version, great quality and fit

    • What size did you purchase? L
    • What is your height and weight? 5’11”, 160lbs
    • How does this product fit you? SmallPerfectBig
    D. Arnott
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    Great Jersey -- Buy it, Ornot

    Overall, I recommend this piece of kit. It would be a nice addition to any collection. I, for one, am glad to have it even though I did not really need it as my cycling wardrobe is already tightly curated. However, I was intrigued by the claim that, depending on the base layer, it could satisfy any ride between 40-80 degrees. And while I have not tested it at the low end of 40, I do believe the claim is true. I tested four different base layers (a Giordana sleeveless, an Assos Spring/Fall short sleeve, a Rapha ProTeam lightweight short sleeve, an Assos summer long sleeve) and I am sure my Assos long sleeve Spring/Fall base layer would work with this jersey for a 40 degree ride. The main thing is to dial it in. Originally, I thought I would provide a review of each base layer tested under different riding conditions, but I realize that I run a bit cold and my preference is to dress up (I would rather be too warm than too cold) and that what works for me won’t necessarily work for everyone. Body temperature and comfort may just be as specific as a finger print. In any case, here are a few considerations: The jersey does not wick away sweat well and therefore acts like a sort of air-conditioner. Basically, without a base layer to remove sweat away from your skin, the jersey lets in air without letting out moister and the result is a cooling effect. This is a good thing and a bad thing, depending. On a hot day, it makes for a nice warm breeze if you can keep your speed up. In fact, this quality is a sort of motivator as you got to keep moving to keep cool. One thing is for sure, I would think twice about using the jersey, with or without a base layer, on a 80 degree day where I would be slogging up some exposed mountain for any length of time. On cooler days or even warm days with that Bay Area wind, the right base layer is essential. If fact, one day I went out in the Rapha Proteam lightweight short sleeve base layer and was fine until I hit Samual P. Taylor. The temperature drops there as it always does and there was a bit of a headwind. For that little stretch it felt like my arms were colder than if they had been bare (my core was fine though). I was glad to reach the coast and even happier to be heading up Bofax. The only other consideration is that you got to be careful not to dress up - you don’t want to be in the middle of a ride with the temperature increasing and wishing you could shed a layer with your only options being to strip your jersey or your base layer. Got to check your variable conditions before you suit up. This is not to say that the jersey does not work under viable conditions: I did a ride up to Tam (Assos Summer long sleeve jersey) on one of those days when heading out of the city where I live was in the mid-50s, then heavy with fog and wet all the way up Panoramic until past Pantoll the sun is out and it is 82 degrees heading up to East Peak - I was fine and happy on the descents). In short, my recommendation: Buy it and then dial it.

    • What size did you purchase? Medium
    • What is your height and weight? 6 Feet/ 175lbs
    • How does this product fit you? SmallPerfectBig
    Netanel R.
    United States United States
    Perfect for 50-60F weather. True to size.


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